Quotes by Geoffrey Chaucer
Quotes 1 till 10 of 10.
Certes, they been lye to hounds, for an hound when he cometh by the roses, or by other bushes, though he may nat pisse, yet wole he heve up his leg and make a countenance to pisse.
First he wrought, and afterward he taught.
He was as fresh as is the month of May.
Love is blind.
Nowhere so busy a man as he than he, and yet he seemed busier than he was.
People can die of mere imagination.
The greatest scholars are not usually the wisest people.
There's never a new fashion but it's old.
Time and tide wait for no man.
We know little of the things for which we pray.